Showing posts from March, 2024

SkillHer Forum: A Vibrant Online Community To Be a Part Of...

SkillHer Forum stands out as a beacon of empowerment for young ladies seeking a space to grow, connect, and thrive. This dynamic online forum has evolved into a vibrant community fostering a supportive environment that goes beyond the virtual realm.  At SkillHer Forum we share insightful materials curated to inspire and educate you. From articles on personal development to thought-provoking discussions, our forum is a hub where members can access a wealth of knowledge to fuel their journeys.  Empowerment thrives on opportunities, and SkillHer Forum is dedicated to ensuring that its members have access to a myriad of them. Whether it's internships, scholarships, or career development programs, our community serves as a gateway to valuable opportunities that contribute to the professional and personal advancement of every young lady involved.  The SkillHer Forum is more than just a virtual space; it is a thriving community that empowers young women to embrace their potential. Through

Career Inspiration: Zenith Bank appoints first female CEO

Dr. Adaora Umeoji Has Been Appointed As Zenith Bank's First Female CEO. Adaora's career move with Zenith Bank has been inspiring. She joined Zenith Bank in the 90's as a youth corper when Zenith was a very small medium bank. After few months of joining the Bank, she executed a daring feat that exceeded both her pay grade and the capabilities of her peers at the time. She got a Flour Mill of Nigeria business for Zenith Bank. She got Julius Berger, the biggest construction company in Nigeria at that time to open an account with Zenith Bank. She also got General Adisa, the powerful minister of works under Abacha's government, to open a government account with Zenith Bank.                                                         Adaora holds a bachelor’s degree in Sociology from the University of Jos, a Bachelor’s degree in accounting, and a first-class honours degree in law from Baze University, Abuja. She holds a Master of Laws from the University of Salford, United Kingdo

A Healthy Support System

 The Importance of a Healthy Support System  In the fast-paced and often challenging journey of life, having a robust support system can make all the difference in maintaining your overall well-being. A healthy support system goes beyond just having people around; it encompasses various aspects that contribute to your emotional, mental, and physical stability.  A cornerstone of a healthy support system is emotional support, where your friends, family, or peers offer understanding, empathy, and compassion. Whether celebrating your achievements or navigating you through tough times, having individuals who genuinely care about your emotions fosters resilience and emotional intelligence. Also, one of the vital tools for any successful support system is to be open and honest. It builds trust and allows you to express your thoughts and feelings without judgment. Regular check-ins and discussions helps to create a safe space for you. Furthermore, a supportive network should inspire and motiva


SkillHer Initiative is a beacon of empowerment for women. We host a quarterly Skill Acquisition Workshop aimed at equipping women with vocational and digital skills to enhance their earning abilities The skill acquisition workshop aids women across different demographies to delve into various fields: vocational, digital and so on with the goal of enabling them to earn more and attain financial independence To apply for the upcoming edition, use the follow link: Through SAW, we intend to bridge the gender gap in various industries by empowering women with practical skills. The workshop operates on a principle of inclusivity, offering free or highly affordable training to ensure accessibility for women from diverse backgrounds. The quarterly workshop covers an extensive range of skills, recognizing the importance of versatility in today's economy. Participants have the opportunity to choose from a variety of courses, training options and programs, allowing

Happy International Women's Day 2024! 

Happy International Women's Day 2024!  Today, we celebrate the resilience, achievements, and contributions of women around the world. This year's theme, "Invest in Women, Accelerate Progress," reminds us of the crucial role that investing in women plays in driving positive change and advancing gender equality. 💡 Investing in women means empowering them economically, socially, and politically. It means providing equal opportunities, access to education, healthcare, and leadership positions. It means dismantling barriers and creating inclusive environments where every woman and girl can thrive. 👩‍💼♀️ From entrepreneurs breaking barriers to activists fighting for justice, women are leading change in every corner of the globe. Today, let's commit to supporting and amplifying their voices, advocating for their rights, and investing in their potential. 💪 Together, we can accelerate progress towards a more equitable and inclusive world for all. Let's #InvestInWom

SkillHer Meet February 2024

Theme: Advancing your career or business through Digital Media Date: February 24, 2024 | Time: 9 am | Venue: LMP Space Facilitator: Tobi Adebisi  The second edition of SkillHer Meet unfolded on February 24, 2024, at LMP Space, bringing together a diverse group of young women eager to explore the realms of digital media. With the theme "Advancing your business or career through digital media," the event promised valuable insights, and it delivered beyond expectations. Key Speaker: Tobi Adebisi A journey from Human Physiology to the dynamic world of digital marketing—Tobi Adebisi, our esteemed keynote speaker, shared her transformation and the secrets to her success. Her journey was not just inspiring but also a testament to the potential within the digital landscape. Event Highlights: The event kicked off with attendees introducing themselves, creating an engaging atmosphere. Tobi's bio was then presented, offering a glimpse into the wealth of knowledge she was about